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comment How can I get a count of files in a directory using the command line?
And you can of course omit the -maxdepth 1 for counting files recursively (or adjust it for desired max search depth).
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May
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revised Is there any CLI/terminal slideshow app?
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answered Is there any CLI/terminal slideshow app?
May
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answered How to get back sudo on Ubuntu?
May
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revised How can I set my default shell to start up tmux
consolidate answers, add test to make sure 'tmux' command exists
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May
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comment tmux exits immediately after starting
Not sure if this is related, but I had a similar issue recently and fixed it by changing the default shell setting from '/usr/bin/env bash' to simply '/bin/bash'. Possibly related to use of the usr directory?
Apr
24
comment How to copy text from vim to an external program?
Regarding your last point, dd means "cut one line", so that would be the expected behavior. In the rare case when you want to actually delete a line into oblivion, "_dd will do the trick.
Apr
5
answered FTP client with a good GUI?
Feb
7
comment Universal Node.js shebang?
Great solution; though even more portable would be to use #!/usr/bin/env sh instead of #!/bin/sh (per en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shebang_%28Unix%29#Portability)
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answered How can I set my default shell to start up tmux
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Nov
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comment Create new-window with current directory in tmux
This appears to work with split-window as well, e.g. tmux split-window -v -c "$PWD"
Aug
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revised How to easily build your own Linux Distro?
Grammar fixes, etc.
Aug
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